How does God want us to make moral choices? How do we know the right thing to do? What happens when we're faced with a situation the Bible does not address?
We saw God as a high and mighty being, and wanted His glory for ourselves. Yet He revealed Himself as humble, willing to lay aside His eternal glory, so that all might be drawn to Him.
We saw God as demanding, requiring and exacting His price, yet His only desire has been to will and to work within us. We imagined that God was denying us good things, yet He stands willing to give us a superabundance of good gifts.
We have often pictured God as a harsh god whose anger needed to be appeased. Yet He proved to have a heart of tender mercy. He is the loving Father welcoming us back.
We thought of God as one who turned away from us in disgust. Yet when we were lost, He showed that He truly cares for us. For He came searching to find us, so that He can lead us home.
We thought He was holding us back, preventing us from achieving our ultimate end, yet He has been calling us to a transformational purpose.
We think we know, but we’re blind to His Abounding Love. Then He took hold, to heal us.
The battle to shape your world view has been raging for centuries. At risk is your relationship with God. Who are you going to trust to shape your world view?
Christ tunes each of us to a note that resonates with Him. Yet He tunes us to different notes, that we might become part in a symphony of love.
Scripture says we are saved by grace, through faith, yet judged by works. This message explores exactly what good works God is looking for.